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This twist-top table is 15 by 30" when folded, 30" square when opened, 29" tall, the short side legs are 18" apart. Would this be considered an antique? What wood is it? I've been thinking about selling it and would like to know a reasonable price to ask if I do.

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Lillian, that is called a "Games table" the idea is it's a space saver. One can put it in a hallway say, when folded up, then when you wish to play cards or games, you pull it into another room, or away from the wall, open it and add 4 chairs and your good to go!

Your looks to be Vintage, not Antique ( being 100+ years of age). I'd guess about 1940's. I can't tell the wood exactly, but it might be maple. 

Here in MI. I would put about $300 - $350 on it. But, I might only get half of that. The furniture market here is terrible.

Thanks for the info, Vicki. Probably around here, I'd be extremely fortunate to get $50 - like in your locale, nobody around here wants vintage or antique furniture - it's all about chalk painted pieces these days.

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